It’s Just Another Day For Aussie Contractor Man
Aussie Contractor Man is in the market in Perth, where a toddler stops breathing. The toddler’s mother doesn’t know who to turn to. Aussie Contractor Man knows what to do. Heimlich in case something’s lodged in there, and then the breath of life. Aussie Contractor Man puts the life back in the little girl, because that’s what Aussie Contractor Man is prone to do. Stuff like that. Way to go, Aussie Contractor Man, says daddy of toddler, with a big hug at the end. Aussie Contractor Man dispenses hugs, too, if you need one. It’s just how Aussie Contractor Man rolls.
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2 thoughts on “It’s Just Another Day For Aussie Contractor Man”
A downfall of getting older is the dust that gets in your eyes all the time.
A reminder that I need to renew my super hero life saver cred. You do those courses, get the nifty patch, and then go out into the world looking for destruction and mayhem. Years later: no destruction or mayhem much worth super powers occurs, and the whole thing rots in your brain like old veggies.
On a side note, I love the way the checker just stands there for minutes, then goes to check at a different stand.
Bonus extra side note: I was watching a YT the other day of USAF PJs in Afghanistan, and dam if one casualty evac and hospital ER case didn’t get me sick. Got to make some empathy/sympathy adjustments in my brain case. Hopefully the getting older part adds something to the mix, because the emotive side is a b#t^&.
Man, that eye dust sure gets around. Got so bad in here I almost couldn’t see the end of the video.
When you have little ones, it’s awfully good to know what to do in situations like that.
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